Your wedding is one of the most significant moments of your life. But the journey between making the decision and the actual tying of the knot is not an easy one, especially if there’s a function. Wedding planning can be a daunting task but with a proper plan in place you can actually ease things up and make it manageable. Here are a few questions to ask yourself as you focus on planning your big day.

Who Will Pay? How Much?

It is very important to know how much money you have and how much you’re willing to spend on the wedding. Sit down together and have a discussion first. Get help if needed. Decide whether you’re going in for a wedding insurance, so that you’re covered in case of an emergency.

Who Is Responsible?

If there’s enough provision in the budget get a wedding planner to do the stuff on behalf of you. A wedding planner can save you from a lot of stress and trouble. Or else make sure that there’s one person in charge of the whole process. And a person responsible enough to make sure everything goes well.

Where Will It Be?

Upon deciding your budgets, the next step is to decide on a suitable venue for the big day. Selection of the venue depends on which day the function will be held? Which time of the day? How many guests?  And what’s the overall thematic area you’re looking for? When it comes to a location, function venues Melbourne offers exquisite wedding settings to suit a number of thematic styles.

Who Will Be A Part Of The Wedding Squad?

The wedding squad surely will have people who are part of you and will support you along the way. Take time and think about the number of members to have in your squad and how this will affect your budget.

Who Will Be Attending The Party?

This is the most time-consuming task and an overwhelming one as well. However, you might have an idea about the most important people that are expected at the wedding. And then you add in and cut down as appropriate. Do it as a couple.

Who Supplies What?

Check in with the venue of what they offer and then plan for extras. Get a list of recommended places and also contacts of vendors who suit your style and preferences. Make sure to do price comparisons and check in for quality and reviews before deciding on who does what?

What to Wear?

When it comes to a wedding, all eyes are on the bride. Choosing a wedding dress is one of the most thrilling experiences of wedding planning. Whether you’re getting in a designer or making it yourself. Make sure the decisions are made well in advance leaving room for adjustments.  Once the big dress is ticked off, think of what your squad will be wearing and grooms wear to complement the bridal wear.

Another important part of your nuptials are the wedding rings. Make sure you select a design and get them made well in advance. Keep it with someone who will actually turn up with them on the day of the wedding.

What Do You Want For Gifts?

Prior to sending out the invitations, think about the wedding registry. A wedding registry is the easiest way to let the invitees know what you exactly need and saves much time for them in deciding what kind of gift to get you.

What Will The Invitation Look Like And When Will It Go Out?

Selecting and finalizing wedding stationery is fun. You need to send in a save the date email to guests prior to the invitations going out. Pick everything to suit your overall theme. Make sure the RSVP’s are collected by someone and ticked off against the list.

What Else?

Plan your honeymoon well in advance. You might need to schedule flights, book in hotels, get vaccines, and update passports. Hopefully, your friends (or the maid of honour and best man) will have a hen and stag party thrown in for you.

How to Do a Final Wrap Up?

When everything is done, make sure to do the final check against a list or discuss with your planner. By now each member of your wedding party should know their roles. Get help wherever possible. Reconfirm vendors, seating arrangements, speeches and the schedule. Don’t forget to sit back and relax. You need to look good on your big day. Don’t you?

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